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CRR 400/200
Development of a methodology to design and evaluate effective risk messages.

This presents the findings of an application of the metal-models approach to the design and testing of risk information. Focussing on identifying the beliefs and knowledge of workers compared to experts. The aim is to identify any deficiencies in knowledge that may affect behaviour and to design more effective risk information. The electroplating sector was the focus of the study and specifically small firms within the sector.

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Updated 2010-03-18